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LEVESON INQUIRY:
CULTURE, PRACTICE
AND ETHICS OF THE PRESS

Briefing Sessions

As Lord Justice Leveson announced at the beginning of the inquiry, he has commissioned a series of teaching or briefing sessions to provide the Inquiry with some key factual background information material.  They will take the form of expert presentations with an opportunity for members of the Inquiry to ask questions.  Three sessions have been held to date.

Briefing Session 1: Techniques of access to personal data

Briefing Session 2: Current media law

Briefing Session 3: Regulatory systems